Jordan Lane Price Net Worth

Jordan Lane Price was born on March 13, 1992 in Los Angeles, California, U.S., United States, is Actress. Jordan Lane Price is a popular American actress, model and singer well known for her portrayal of Celia Fitzgerald in the 2013 soap opera ‘All My Children’. She began acting at a young age with performances in musical theatre. He foray into professional theatre was a natural progression. Lane made her film debut in 2010 with the portrayal of Julie in the film ‘Beware the Gonzo’. Her extended play (EP) singing debut ‘Sponge’ released in 2015 and the lead single ‘These Days’ from the album received wide accolades from both critics and public as a masterpiece in pop genre. She studied philosophy at university level.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Actress
Birth Day March 13, 1992
Birth Place Los Angeles, California, U.S., United States
Birth Sign Aries
Occupation Actress, singer, model
Years active 2010–present
Genres Dream pop psychedelic rock indie pop
Labels Innit Recordings
Associated acts Huckapoo Mollee Gray Michelle Deeon Natalie Ann Madison Hill

💰 Net worth: $2 Million

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At the age of 15, Price successfully auditioned for a girl group created by Brian Lukow, entitled Huckapoo where she portrayed Groovy Tuesday, the sensitive hippie. Though they never released a debut album, their music was featured in Disney movies before their break up in 2008.


Price portrayed Celia Fitzgerald in The Online Network reboot of soap opera drama series All My Children. It was originally reported Price was cast in the role of an aged Miranda Montgomery, however she would portray a new character of Celia Fitzgerald, and that the role of Miranda would be played by Denyse Tontz. Price first appeared in the contract role when the series premiered on April 29, 2013. Her performance as the character were well received by critics.


Her debut extended play (EP), Sponge will be released on June 30 from Innit Recordings. It was composed entirely by singer-songwriter and Producer James Levy, mixed at The Rumpus Room and mastered by Joe LaPorta at Sterling Sound. The lead single, "These Days" was positively received by critics as a "timeless piece of pop perfect" while also pointing out the "60s-inspired vibe and Price’s fuzzed out vocals add to the track’s winsome, retro feel". The second single, title track "Sponge", was also positively received by critics as a "tune resplendent in beats to march to and Lane Price's honeyed tones layered and lightly reverbed".